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Lawrence. H. Summers, former U.S. Treasury Secretary, sees the Federal Reserve's latest move as right for the short-run, but sees trouble ahead for economic fundamentals.
President Donald Trump says he may unveil a bailout proposal for the beleaguered U.S. airline industry over the weekend. Airlines have been frustrated by delays in U.S. aid after being virtually shutdown by the coronavirus. Some of those carriers ...
The United Nations is calling for a $2.5 trillion package for developing countries facing the economic impact from the coronavirus global shutdown. Mukhisa Kituyi, Secretary-General of the UN Conference on Trade & Development, talks with Shery Ahn.
U.S. stocks posted the biggest weekly gain since 1974 as investors looked past staggering jobless numbers when the Federal Reserve released new measures to cushion the fallout from the coronavirus.
Legendary short-seller Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, discusses the state of private markets amid the coronavirus pandemic, why he is still bearish on Tesla Inc. and the sectors he is shorting with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisentha...
Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group Management chairman and chief executive officer, discusses the Federal Reserve's emergency policy actions and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on financial markets with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker on "...
Dominic Raab and Rishi Sunak join ‘Clap for Carers’ tribute.
Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group Management chairman and chief executive officer, cautions that the Federal Reserve's policy actions run the risk of overstimulating the economy and says the market is ahead of itself on the slope of the rec...
Eric Kinariwala, chief executive officer of direct-to-consumer pharmacy Capsule, believes that pharmacy delivery is here to stay, even after stay-at-home orders are lifted.
Coronavirus patient shares her story on joining clinical trial in fight against Covid-19.
Barings Chief Executive Officer Tom Finke says the Federal Reserve's creativity with monetary policy can only blunt the inevitable credit crunch that will result from the coronavirus pandemic.
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon discusses lockdown measures.
A limited stockpile and a massive spike in demand led to a critical shortage of 3M N95 masks for American healthcare workers fighting COVI-19. Yet there are a number of alternative masks that America could import, but can't, due to strict federal ...
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says 'it’s still too early to lift measures'.
Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious-disease expert, said the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic may be smaller than expected, while lockdowns are being extended in Spain, Italy, and the U.K.
Boris Johnson remains in intensive care but continues to make ‘positive steps forward’.
Saudi Arabia and Russia reached an outline for a new output cut deal at the virtual OPEC+ meeting.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says U.S. banks are "highly capitalized" and there is no reason to halt dividends. Powell spoke Thursday in a virtual presentation.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell explains why he believes the U.S. economy can quickly recover from the effects of coronavirus pandemic. Powell spoke Thursday in a virtual presentation.
Inside the transformation of Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.
The International Monetary Fund has a "constructive engagement" with all its members, "including Turkey," Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said in an interview on "Bloomberg The Open.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank is committed to acting "forcefully" to help the U.S. economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Powell spoke Thursday in a virtual presentation.
The Covid-19 outbreak has prompted the organisation to focus their strategy at going out to communities which their beneficiaries come from and provide meals to the families. Video: Carlos Muchave
The International Monetary Fund will need to boost its resources if the coronavirus pandemic develops into a second wave of infections, Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva says.
The Federal Reserve's new plan to provide as much as $2.
Police chief warns rule flouters could face ‘fines’ and ‘criminal record’.
The Federal Reserve announced another series of sweeping steps to provide as much as $2.3 trillion in additional aid during the coronavirus pandemic, including starting programs to aid small and mid-sized businesses as well as state and local gove...
The International Monetary Fund expects the global economy to experience "the worst economic fallout since the Great Depression" due to the coronavirus pandemic. IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva explains in a speech outlining the fund's...
Knighthead Capital Management co-founder Thomas Wagner discusses the state of PG&E Corp.
Knighthead Capital Management co-founder Thomas Wagner says it is unlikely that the coronavirus pandemic will affect PG&E Corp.'s exit from bankruptcy.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden says PM will be ‘desperate to get back to the job’.
An OPEC+ deal to cut oil production won't do much to lift prices, Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects, says during an interview with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Johns Hopkins University Professor of Nursing Jason Farley discusses the shortfalls in supplies and protections for health care workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic and patterns observed on how the virus has attacked some patients....
Edward Morse, global head of commodities at Citi Research, examines the state of the oil market and the level of production cuts that will be needed by global producers.
Edward Morse, global head of commodities at Citi Research, explains the factors that will push the price of gold higher.
"I don't think there's any inflation coming for the foreseeable future," says David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Rosenberg Research.
The U.S. dollar will be weaker by the end of the year, says George Saravelos, global head of FX research at Deutsche Bank, but corporates are hoarding dollars near-term during the coronavirus crisis.
UBS Group AG delayed its dividend even as the Swiss lender reported a surprise jump in first-quarter profit that suggests banks so far are benefiting from volatility in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti discusses the decision to split the bank's 2019 dividend into two installments, following pressure from financial markets regulator Finma.
Marc Allera, chief executive officer at BT Consumer, discusses the demand he's seeing for the company's services, the launch of 5G and paying dividends.
"We have a $35-per-barrel forecast for the second quarter, but I'd say the risk is to the downside, says Jason Gammel, energy analyst at Jefferies, in an interview on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Both Credit Suisse and UBS have proposed delaying half of their 2019 dividend payments to later in the year. This follows mounting pressure from the Swiss financial regulator on the nation's banks to reconsider their dividend distribution plans.
Peter Kinsella, global head of FX strategy at Union Bancaire Privee, discusses the dollar, the euro, the Swiss franc and the Japanese yen.
President Donald Trump spoke at a news conference on Wednesday about how he has had a change of heart about OPEC. "Obviously for many years I used to think OPEC was very unfair," Trump told reporters in Washington on the eve of an emergency meetin...
Coronavirus has claimed another daily record number of victims in the U.K. as well as in the hard-hit states of New York and New Jersey. The number of new cases in Italy and Spain crept up after several days of declines. The global tally now stand...